Dr. Woods House Museum

Step back in time at The Dr. Woods House Museum! This charming 1927 Art-Deco/Craftsman bungalow, once the home of pioneer physician Dr. Robert Woods and his family, has been lovingly restored by the Leduc & District Historical Society to showcase life in the 1920s -1940s in Leduc.

Our museum showcases original and donated artifacts from the early 1900s and continues to culturally enrich the City of Leduc by offering school tours, historical exhibits, renting curated memory boxes for school exhibits, and hosting various events and Tea’s throughout the year in our very own Tea Room. To book a school tour or event, please call the museum for current rental prices. Our availability and up-coming events can be found on our Events Calendar by visiting our website.

Hours and Admission:

Monday - Saturday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Please phone the museum during business hours for current price of admission

Address: 4801 49 Ave, Leduc, Alberta, Canada T9E 7G6
Phone Number: (780) 986-1517